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Odisha Skill Development Authority signs four MoUs for Skill Development

Odisha Skill Development Authority signs four MoUs for Skill Development
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Bhubaneswar, Jul 15 (PTI) Odisha Skill Development

Authority (OSDA) on Wednesday signed four MoUs to enhance the

skill set and employability of young people, particularly

during the coronavirus crisis, an official said.

The MoUs were virtually inked with different

organisations on the occasion of the World Youth Skills Day

(WYSD).

Addressing a digital meet on the occasion, Chief

Minister Naveen Patnaik said, "I am glad to learn that in

these testing times, when the COVID-19 pandemic has raised new

challenges to mankind, the skill eco-system of Odisha has

taken a giant step forward in innovation for facing the

emergent challenges.

"I am confident that these collaborations will lead to

more opportunities for our youth at the global level."

In view of the pandemic, the World Youth Skills Day

was observed through webinars by leading ITIs involving

industry leaders, they said.

OSDA Chairman Subroto Bagchi and Skill Development and

Technical Education minister Premananda Nayak also addressed

the meet. PTI SKN

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Disclaimer :- This story has not been edited by Outlook staff and is auto-generated from news agency feeds. Source: PTI

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